Kentucky Derby races on with updated public safety measures in place

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDTN) — Churchill Downs Racetrack will be less crowded for the 146th Kentucky Derby on Sept. 5, continuing its track record of being the longest-running sporting event in the U.S.

The racetrack will only see 40 percent of the facilities capacity, making the total guest count around 23,000. Event organizers also announced in June that there would be no general admission and will refund pre-purchased tickets.

Like many other institutions in the U.S., the racetrack is requiring:


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